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The lizard and the rock : a fable of discovery

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The lizard and the rock : a fable of discovery


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A fable of discovery


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Salty waves splash against the beautiful island, while golden-green palm trees sway in the breeze. The scene is like a dreamy paradise, but life is hard for the lizards living on the tiny rock. Destined to carrying around a heavy load, the lizards accept life as it is, until one lizard, Sam, dreams of climbing to the top of the palm trees. This is a tale of dreams, discovery, and unknown worlds. This is the fable of Bermuda's discovery


Publisher Master Publishing
Pages 46
Language English
Collection lendinglibrary; browserlending

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